The following additional acceptances hare been feceived from gentlemen who were Invited to be present at the opening ceremony: —Mayors of Onehunga, Hokitika, Ross, Thames, chainnan Kaikonra County Council, chairman VVairarapa County Connell, chairman Westland Education Board, chairman Thames .County Council, LientenantoolonelPitt, Norman Brown, Imperial German Consul at Auckland, and Hon. T. H. Wigley (Pleasant Point). Mr J. J. Kinsey, secretary of the Christchurch Committee, has been in town for the last two days, and returned to Christchurch this morning. He announced himself, after an inspection, quite satisfied with the space allotted to Christchurch, and anticipates a good show being made by the Northern province. He returns in a few days to Dunedin* and wiU at once begin to prepare the Courts, as he is anxious to have everything in place by opening day, Mr Connell, of the Public Works Department, Wellington, has inspected and passed the art gallery on behalf of the Government, and is now making arrangements for the reception of the Public Works exhibits.
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EXHIBITION NOTES., Evening Star, Issue 8029, 4 October 1889
EXHIBITION NOTES. Evening Star, Issue 8029, 4 October 1889
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